Senior guard Gerald Robinson came off the bench to score 10 points on 4-of-4 shooting to help lead Georgia to a 38-34 halftime lead against Colorado. Freshman standout Kentavious Caldwell-Pope also added 10 points with a pair of rebounds, assists and steals in the half. The Bulldogs are looking for their first road win of the season.
For Colorado, freshman wing Spencer Dinwiddie led the way with nine points. It's an encouraging start for the Buffaloes, as Dinwiddie is averaging under five points per game. Andre Roberson also had a nice half for Colorado, using six trips to the free throw line (four makes) to finish with eight points and five rebounds. Guard Askia Booker scored six points and grabbed three rebounds off the bench. Teammate Carlon Brown contributed five points.
Most of the stats were fairly even: Colorado shot 48.1 percent, Georgia shot 46.9 percent. Rebounds favored the Buffaloes 19-16. Georgia's biggest advantage comes in three-point shooting: the Bulldogs connected on six, compared to just two long distance makes for Colorado.